Vol 4, No 2 (2014)

Wealth, Families and Death: Socio-Legal Perspectives on Wills and Inheritance


Issue edited by Daniel Monk (Birkbeck, University of London) and Daphna Hacker (Tel Aviv University).

Table of Contents


Wealth, Families and Death: Socio-Legal Perspectives on Wills and Inheritance: Introduction PDF
Daniel Monk, Daphna Hacker 170-175

Thematic Articles

Succession Rights and Unmarried Couples in Spanish Law PDF
Clara Asua 176-195
Adapting Inheritance Law to Changing Social Realities: Questions of Methodology from a Comparative Perspective PDF
Michelle Cottier 196-221
Family Provision and Family Practices - The Discretionary Regime of the Inheritance Act of England and Wales PDF
Gillian Douglas 222-242
Disappointed "Heirs" as a Socio-Legal Phenomenon PDF
Daphna Hacker 243-263
We Are Not Born Alone and We Do Not Die Alone: Protecting Intergenerational Solidarity and Refraining Cain-ism Through Forced Heirship PDF
Albert Lamarca i Marquès 264-282
Frustration of Intent in the Wealth Transmission Process PDF
Melanie B. Leslie 283-305
Writing (Gay and Lesbian) Wills PDF
Daniel Monk 306-322
Ethical Wills – a Continental Law Perspective PDF
Frederik Swennen, Renate Barbaix 323-344

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